Now in my new job, I’m supporting SLPs all over our huge district, and I’m slammed on a daily basis with various adminstrative tasks, emails, calls, trainings to plan and give, meetings to attend and schools to visit. I’ve gotten myself organized by 1) finally succombing to using a digital calendar and 2) splitting my To-DO list into TWO lists: “To-do NOW” and “To-Do LATER.” This has really helped me prioritize. I kept two different note pads, but then I saw THIS at Office Depot and I almost fell to my knees in the aisle…
It’s like it was made JUST for me!
It’s even magnetic! I seriously should have bought these in bulk.
Word of Mouth says
I need a desktop organizer!!! I love it. Functional and cute!!
Mary Cooper says
Those desktop organizers are THE BOMB! I have one for work & a different one for home. LOVE THEM!!! 😀
The color scheme is so cheerful and neat!
Laura Dee says
Thanks for the mention! I love ALL of your ideas – yes, you are organized AND you make it pretty!
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Mel Brandle says
Thanks for sharing these useful tips. When it comes to storage, I always bear in mind to always remain light in order to reduce clutter as much as possible. In doing so, the area will retain its tidiness regardless of additional items each day.